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president trump gets push across the world on plans to leave the paris deal, while the administration makes a push to reinstate the trump travel ban. penn state scandals, the past and present resurface. a bucks county scare, a man comes face-to-face with a bear and does not back down. >> david murphy is off, karen rogers has weather and matt pellman has donuts and traffic, good morning. >> reporter: got to like a guy who brings donuts. we have a good looking day ahead. we have a few more clouds in the picture than yesterday, that's for sure, few clouds to the north, we'll see partly sunny skies and chance of a shower or thunderstorm later this
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afternoon. 40s in quakertown and pottstown. 54 in warminster. 61 in center city. 54 waking up in long wood. mid 50s, hammonton, new jersey, low 60s along the coastline like matter gate and cape may. upper 50s in smyrna. good amount of sunshine coming your way. a few clouds mixing in. low 60s at 7:00 a.m. upper 70s by lunchtime. a few clouds in the afternoon hours, that's when a disturbance rolls through and one or two spots see a shower or thunderstorm. i think most of the area stays dry in the afternoon. 5:00 p.m., 76 degrees. 7:00 p.m., 72. the high is 81. so it's another warm one. how long does the warm weather last, not forever, details in the seven-day forecast coming up. matt. >> reporter: national donut day you have to indulge. we have the munchkins over
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there. construction crews left the vine street expressway all lanes reopen they don't come back until monday night. they left i-95 in delco. they were working on the northbound side between 320 and the blue route, they are here no longer. to the north in upper providence delaware county. we have downed wires from an overnight crash blocking 252 close to rose tree park. 320 or 352 would be the alternates. we're watching emergency utility work in haddonfield this morning. kings highway blocked off near fugi restaurant. cuthbert boulevard gets you around that. in dover, it's race weekend expect extra traffic along highway one southbound through delaware. if you ride cynwood line you're on the buses for the next week. septa says allow 15 extra minutes for the commute as you
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will be on the buses not the train. >> the response is swift for president trump's to exit the paris climate accord. he said he had open to a different arrangement. kenneth moten is live with more on what happens from here. good morning, kenneth. >> reporter: good morning, tam, new reaction from germany chancellor who said this move by trump won't stop those of us who are obliged to protect the planet. leaders dozens of them in cities and states in the u.s. said they will do what the president won't. this morning what's next after president trump's world power withdrawal. the united states will withdraw from the paris climate accord. >> reporter: trump called the 200 nation agreement to combat climate change a massive redistribution of wealth to
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other countries saying it would hurt the american economy and worker. >> i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh, not paris. >> reporter: but the mayor of pittsburgh disagreed on cnn sending a message to the president. >> what you did was not only bad for the economy of this country, but also weakened america. >> reporter: new york, california and washington state are forming the u.s. climate alliance to uphold the paris agreement. trump's decision sparked protest in washington, d.c. and new york. several business leaders weighed in condemning the exit. this morning one industry praising trump, coal. >> we'll see if we can make a deal that's fair. >> reporter: leaders of france, italy and germany said the accord cannot be renegotiated.
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french president said this. >> make our planet great again. >> reporter: exxon said staying in the agreement would make the world more competitive and president obama agreed, saying nations remaining in the paris accord will reap the benefits and jobs and industries created. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> good to see you kenneth. developing overnight, the trump administration is asking the supreme court so reinstate the ban on travelers from 6 muslim majority countries saying the federal appeals court made mistakes in the order. they called the security concerns after the fact justification for what amounts to religious discrimination. >> it is decision day two high profile indication -- cases related to penn state. two former employees who covered
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up, and we'll go to katherine scott. >> reporter: the board of trustees and administrators will meet at 1:00 p.m. to discuss recommendations to changes in greek life after the death of a penn state student. >> i don't know where their conscious -- conscience was. >> reporter: evelyn piazza's son died in february after a pledge ceremony. authorities say fraternity brothers did not call 911 until 12 hours later. the board is meeting to discuss significant changes to greek life. his parents wrote a letter to the board of trustees urging them to do what is right and not what is popular to apiece a small group of alum nigh. sentencing day in dauphin county
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for three former penn state administrators, former president gram spanier and athletic director tim curly and gary shultz covered up an allegation about jerry sandusky sexually abusing a boy in the team shower to protect the university's reputation. that argument led to sandusky abusing more boys. all three men denied they were told the encounter was sexual. all three were charged with child endangerment for failing to report the allegations about sandusky. prosecutors seeking jail time for spanier who was convicted at a jury trial sentences guidelines call for a year in prison. his attorney general are calling for probation. as for curly and shultz pleaded guilty in the case and prosecutors agreed not to recommend sentences for them. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you katherine. 5:37 a.m., city councilman
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david oh spoke to "action news" about the moment he was stabbed outside his home in southwest philadelphia. he returned home in good spirits and in good shape. he was attacked outside his home on wednesday night. oh said a man approached him and demanded his keys and wallet and stabbed him once in the left side. >> he was wild as swinging and lunging. at one point in time he lunged at my face and i had to put my hands up. >> then oh said a white car pulled up and two men recorded video of the incident instead of helping him. detectives are asking anyone with information to contact police. a school staff member is under arrest in delaware. 38-year-old karen brooks is accused of having sex with a 17-year-old boy. the alleged victim attended a different school in the same district. >> a business owner in bucks county came face-to-face with a
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black bear. else not the only one. there have been several bear sightings in the area recently. it is unclear if there is one animal or several roaming the neighborhood. antiques dealer he had crime thought his dog was sniffing at the door of his business on route 202 in buckingham township. >> i reached out to touch my dog, i jumped back and pumped the bear in the nose and moved back and bagged on the door. >> -- and banged on the door. >> the bear ran off leaving claw marks. in doylestown, the bear was spotted in the old orchard development. >> i can imagine the bear saying the door opens and somebody punches me. [laughter]. >> reporter: who wants to open the door and see a bear, right, i don't blame the guy.
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let's take a look at storm tracker 6 live double scan, looking dry out there, looking nice. let's go outside and see what this friday looks like, we're drive right now at philadelphia international, if you're flying out of town, no weather related woes for you today. 61 degrees. the dewpoint way down, we have not felt any humidity so we've enjoyed the temperatures in the 80s. it's short-lived so try to enjoy it. the pressure is rising. the winds are calm. it will be breezy this afternoon, bus stop not as gust as -- gusty as yesterday. the ocean temperature 61. we have a disturbance producing clouds north of us that will drift through the area. we'll see more clouds than yesterday, but still, lots of sunshine. it's a nice one. although, not entirely dry. future tracker showing you 4:30 p.m. one or two places see a quick shower or brief thunderstorm are a weak disturbance rolls through in the afternoon or evening. here's are a look at 6:30 p.m.
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isolated shower or thunderstorm in one or two spots today. the high 81 degrees, a couple of degrees above average. that's promote good. 8:00 a.m., 63, a few clouds mixing with sun. 10:00 a.m., 71. upper 70s at lunchtime. get out there and take a walk. 3:00 p.m. we'll hit a high of 81. we'll see clouds in the area. it's later in the afternoon and evening we'll see a quick shower or thunderstorm. here's how the weekend will go. late tonight into tomorrow we have a disturbance that brings clouds to the area and chance of a shower south of the city. if you're waking up at the shore you'll see clouds and quick shower and sunshine high of 74. in the city it will be just a few clouds to start off. i don't think you'll get a shower. 77 for the high. in the pings -- poconos you're looking good on saturday, 6 degrees, cooler, but mostly sunny. now, the trouble comes late sunday into wednesday.
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that's when we get the dip in the trough in the jet stream cut off low that gives us a chance for showers around, lots of clouds, cooler weather, so that's late sunday into monday. we're pushing it late on sunday, so the weekend ask looking better and better. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunshine, isolated thunderstorm late in the day, 81 for the high today. tomorrow, a couple of showers south of the city early, nice day, 77 for the high. 80 on sunday, we start with sunshine and turns cloudy and shower arriving probably late sunday into monday, monday you'll see a shower or gusty thunderstorm, 80 for the high. tuesday it starts to get cool. we have showers with the low around, 71. wednesday, stays nearly ten degrees below average, cool shower around, 71. thursday it starts to turn warmer, 77 is below average, partly sunny skies. enjoy the 80s while you can. today is the end of it for a
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bit. >> 5:42 a.m., a customer shoots a fast food employee over an incorrect order. >> heavy winds carries away several bounce house was children inside. >> reporter: yikes, overnight night on the 30 bypass has wrap up in exton. long term construction in bucks county has come to an end. i'll tell you where at when "action news" continues on this friday morning.
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another beautiful sunrise, so many of them, we see right behind the commodore barry bridge over the delaware river. right now it's 61 degrees on city avenue. getting up to 81 degrees today another nice day. >> let's go over to matt pellman and see what it looks like if you're about to hit the roads. >> reporter: finishing dinner last night, 8:30 p.m., still bright outside, i love it i should have been asleep, wasn't. bucks county, super highway looking good on oxford valley road. good to go on route 1 super
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highway. good to go in bedminster township along 313. they reopened it there working on the bridge over perkiomen creek. that's wrap up this morning. cellarsville they closed main street for long term bridge construction in september. washington or park avenues get you around that. turnpike eastbound near malvern, e-z pass interchange the right lane is out of commission. delco, an overnight crash blocking 252 near rose tree park. overnight construction in cherry hill along 70 has cleared, farther east in southampton township, they are wrapping up near the 4-mile circle. logan township gloucester county 15 minutes of work left along
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322. grab the ipad, turnpike between elverson between downingtown and morgantown an on the road in that area. >> four children are recovering from a bounce house accident you're about to see here, inflatable snapped free from safety lines on sunday and blew across a field in mexico. it went airborne and tumbledded over the fence, parents raced to rescue them. a florida man is charged with the shooting of a mcdonald's manager over an drive-thru order. the 39-year-old became upset with his order and demanded a refund. he was given a refund, as he was asked to leave, he turned around and shot the worker. >> how you going to shoot somebody over a five dollar meal? >> the manager is okay, he
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turned himself in to police, he now faces attempt the murder charges. a former 7-eleven owner is sticking it to his former boss by opening a rival store across the street. the shop in south boston is named 6:12. he wanted to pull hot food items from the 7-eleven he used to run, because they didn't sell. he lost the franchise and settled out of court for an undisclosed amount of money. he plans to use 6:12 to put the 7-eleven out of business. >> we'll see how that turns out. new jersey governor chris christie promises atlantic city casinos more relief from rules and regulations. >> superstitious fans cherish their lucky jersey or hats. this guy sayses small kitchen appliance is helping the
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in new castle you can use airport road again it's been closed because of high water, that took a long time to drain, apparently, but airport road is open for the friday morning commute. >> reporter: i like seeing the sunshine in those shots you showed us. lots of sunshine and clouds, spotty thunderstorm in the afternoon. nice high of 81. enjoy today a lot of people on social media have been asking about the nascar race big this weekend in dover. overall no major problems with weather. today, 82 in dover. saturday, sunshine and clouds, you might start off with a quick morning shower and morning clouds, otherwise 77 on saturday. sunday a shower late in the day, 79. >> governor chris christie is ready to place new bets on atlantic city can casinos. he met with the heads of mgm resorts international and caesar entertainment. they told the governor they want to make more investments in the
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6:00 a.m. on this friday, june 2 here's what's happening. >> it is sentencing day for the former penn state president and other administrators convicted in the jerry sandusky abuse fallout. >> philadelphia city councilman david oh talks about how he was stabbed and others stood there taking video of him instead of helping him. >> taking live look at sky6 live hd, the commodore barry bridge, after rainy weather we have a sunny streak. >> david is off, karen rogers joins us along with matt pellman good morning. >> reporte i


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